Scroll To Top

The Fosters

Good Trouble's Maia Mitchell on Leaving Her 'Fosters' Chosen Family

The star and executive producer of the important LGBTQ-inclusive series bid a teary goodbye on and offscreen to the cast and crew who've become her family.  

Bold Type, Grown-ish, Good Trouble Stars Smash LGBTQ Stereotypes

Stars of several of Freeform's groundbreaking shows (which star several out actors) speak out against antiquated ideas about LGBTQ people for Pride Month. 

Sherri Saum on Being Back Home With Her Girls on 'Good Trouble'

Saum, who played half of the lesbian mom couple on The Fosters, speaks with The Advocate about her appearance on Good Trouble and wanting to mother its stars. 

Good Trouble's Hailie Sahar's Trans Character Challenges the LGB

The actress who plays Lulu Abundance on Pose spoke with The Advocate about anti-trans discrimination in that period piece and in the modern Good Trouble.   

How Tommy Martinez Relates to His Bisexual ‘Good Trouble’ Character

The Riverdale actor spoke for the first time publicly about his past during a panel for the series at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. 

Good Trouble's Diversity Includes Groundbreaking Bisexual Character

The Fosters's spin-off expands the notion of family -- and increases visibility for queers of color and bisexuals.

10 Ways The Fosters Changed TV Forever

Creator Peter Paige and actresses Sherri Saum and Elliot Fletcher on the pivotal moments from the groundbreaking series about a lesbian-led family. 

The Fosters' Gavin MacIntosh Has Your Back

The 16-year-old star of The Fosters — and half of the fictional gay power couple Jonnor — tells The Advocate he isn’t afraid to be an ally for those who need it most.

16 Best Girl/Girl TV Kisses of 2015

The Fosters Makes History With a Teenage Kiss

A kiss on Monday night's episode of the ABC Family show The Fosters is making news, but not for the reasons you'd expect.

WATCH: TV Goes Purple for Spirit Day

TV personalities around the nation, including MSNBC's Thomas Roberts, the women of The View, and even NBC's peacock logo, sported purple to take a stand for LGBT youth.